OneNote for Mac

Microsoft OneNote for Mac is now official and is available to download from the Mac App Store. We heard just last week that it was on the way, and Microsoft hasn't disappointed. OneNote has been absent from the Mac until now, but what has been delivered looks in every way a full featured experience.

Better still, OneNote for Mac is a free download, though the Mac App Store listing does say this is for a "limited time." But for all intents and purposes it looks like the same powerful note taking tool available on Windows. It's worth pointing out that you do need to be using OS X 10.9 Mavericks to use OneNote, and since it requires OneDrive to sync you'll also need a free Microsoft account if you don't already have one.

I for one am really pleased to see this. I've always liked OneNote, but the lack of a proper, native Mac client has always put me off using it to its fullest potential. Snag it for yourselves now at the Mac App Store link below. Who else is pleased to see it?

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